With the Ultra Tour, Wilson blends modern speed with a classic feel and truly outstanding control. Boasting a dense 18x20 string pattern along with a thin 21mm beam and flexible construction, this stick will give you the feedback and precision of a traditional player's racket. However, at 323 grams strung, it swings faster than a traditional player's racket, making it one of the more user-friendly options in its class.
On groundstrokes, the Ultra Tour is best suited to those who make their own power. It not only offers pin-point directional control, but it feels quite plush and forgiving for a racket with a dense pattern. In addition to its outstanding control, the Ultra Tour's easy handling will bail you out when scrambling or attempting to flick the ball deep from a dead sprint. Although this racket has decent stability in stock form, this is an outstanding platform racket for the advanced player looking to create the perfect weapon.
At net the Ultra Tour's quick handling will help you pounce on floaters, and there's plenty of touch for crafting tight angles or maliciously short droppers. On serves this stick is great for hitting flat bombs. All in all, Wilson has produced an extremely impressive player's racket. In addition to being great for the big hitter who wants to keep more balls in play, this racket's easy acceleration and outstanding feel make it one of the more accessible control rackets on the market.
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